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Rebecca Black's 'Friday' yanked from YouTube, returns a day later in Director's Cut
As 15 minutes is apparently extended to 20, Rebecca Black's video for
"Friday" is apparently a topic people still care about -- particularly those who wish to reap financial benefit from it.
The clip was yoinked from YouTube this week after a dispute between Black's lawyers and Ark Recording Factory, the latter who slapped a $2.99 viewing fee on the awful, awful thing. The two side have been embroiled in a dispute over the master recordings.
Black claims it was not her people who put that money marker on. Some kind of agreement has been reached, though, as the video is up on a new official YouTube channel and Vevo, a company that generally profits its licensees more than YouTube. And not only has it resurrected, it's "improved" upon. The new clip is the Director's Cut.
We'll let you review it on your own.